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CHARITY TEES OFF TO GIVE OTHERS A GOOD START


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Hertfordshire charity which provides care and support for families with at least one


child under five years of age is to hold its first ever golf day. Home Start Watford is hosting the event on


Friday 1 July at the Rickmansworth Golf Course. My Abbots News recently spoke with Sarah


Power, a trustee for the Charity and she said: “The Charity is really excited about its first ever Golf Day and we have some wonderful auction and raffle prizes up for grabs as well as competitions, including „Beat the Pro‟ throughout the day. We are encouraging the golfers to arrive at 7:30am, with breakfast provided before the golfing commences with a shot gun start. A two course lunch is served followed by a presentation to announce the winning teams. An auction will also be held and we have kindly received some great prizes from various golfing clubs all across Hertfordshire. It should be a really eventful day." Sarah, 34 and from North Watford, joined the charity late last year after receiving first hand


experience of the support the charity provides. “I found myself struggling after having twins so my health visitor put me in touch with Home Start Watford. A volunteer was matched to our family and came every week to help look after my children to give me a much needed break. “I received the visit for about a year before


being asked to do a speech discussing my first hand experiences with the charity. I was then delighted to join their Board of Trustee's in November 2010 and be able to give something back after the wonderful help and support that I received.” The Golf Day is open to all with tickets priced


at £45, including Breakfast and Lunch. For information visit www.home-startwatford.org.uk


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